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Ohio to spend $500,000 in online education battle

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Ohio education officials have had a $500,000 expenditure approved for their legal fight against the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow. Ohio’s Department of Education claims ECOT has been inflating attendance numbers, while ECOT says the state is using requirements that are not part of state law in a “vendetta” against the online school.

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Amelia Hamilton was a former Watchdog.org education correspondent.